Sue Centner, email@example.com, 1 Hood Road (Office) (603) 434-5251
Our mission is to promote safe habits for all youth by increasing awareness of high-risk behaviors, encouraging healthy choices, and fostering community alliances in the greater Derry region of New Hampshire's Rockingham County.
•President – JL Sweeney (phone: 603-966-8050) Address: PO Box 25, Derry, NH 03038 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Derry Youth Lacrosse Association is part of the New Hampshire Youth Lacrosse Association and is open to children between the ages of 7 and 15. Practices are held 2 - 3 times per week with games normally on Saturdays.
18 South Main Street, Derry, NH and 432-1210
The Derry Cooperative School District's mission for school age children is to create a safe and successful learning environment for all students; one that fosters challenging situations, promotes self worth, encourages learning as a lifelong activity, and produces healthy young adults who will contribute to society.
Rich Lisauskas (603) 216-5353
The Derry Girls Lacrosse Club is open to all girls aged 8-14. For more information, please contact Rich with the information provided.
Football: Dave Simonelli (603) 703-6602 Cheer: Dawn Bibeau (978) 703-6602
The Derry Demons Football and Cheer Programs are part of the NHYFSC league. The Football program is open to children in 1st through 8th grade. Cheer is open to children from ages 5 to 15.
Ray Feoli: (508) 801-3279
Derry Little League is a coed program open to children between 7 and 16 years of age.
Derry Eagles (competitive travel team): email@example.com Derry Hawks (recreation in-town team): firstname.lastname@example.org General Information: email@example.com
The Derry Soccer Club is made up of the travel Derry Eagles, and the in-town recreational Derry Hawks programs. Derry Hawks focus on soccer fundamentals, good sportsmanship, and fun. Games are played on Saturdays at Don Ball Park during the fall and spring seasons. Derry Eagles players are required to tryout, and include travel to other locations for games. Typically teams have two practices per week in addition to games on the weekends.
Jim Peters: firstname.lastname@example.org For Turkey Trot Info: Contact the Race Director Sean Coyle at email@example.com
The GDTC is a non-profit charitable organization formed to promote running in the Derry area. The club generally has approximately 85 - 100 members between the ages of 7 and 75, each with different running abilities.
The Derry Pathfinders Club is a member of the NH Snowmobile Association. Generally the club meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month (September - April) at the Alexander-Carr Lodge. Contact the pathfinders if you are interested in attending.
Gina Hutchinson @ 432-9116
The World Champion Red Star Twirlers have twirled at many large events including Boston Celtics games, for Radio Disney, Carnival Cruise lines, Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and many more! Practices are held year-round at Veteran's Hall, with a special summer program in July and August. Both recreational and competitive programs are available!
Derry Rec. Timberwolves Team and Young Athletes Program info call Nicole: (603) 432-6136 For state information call Miranda at 624-1250
Special Olympics New Hampshire provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. These individuals are given continued opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
36 Tsienneto Road Derry, NH 03038 or call (603) 437-8477
Our mission is to provide people with the services and resources they need to live happier, healthier and more self-sufficient lives.
Football Coordinator Heather Lombard FootballCoord@derrywolverine.com (603) 235-1616 and Cheer Coordinator Terri Callahan Cheercoord@derrywolverine.com (603) 845-7306
The Wolverines Football and Spirit organization is part of the NH Senior Football League. Boys and girls in grades 5 through 8 are eligible to participate in this program.